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2x Hot Chicken Ramen is just how spicy

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The Samyang 2x Hot Chicken Ramen is just how spicy.
Have you been watching Korean spicy noodle movies? Your most pressing concern must be: Exactly how hot is the Samyang 2x Hot Chicken Ramen? In this article, we compare the Scoville Heat Unit of the Samyang 2x Spicy Noodles to those of other Samyang noodles and provide you advice on how to make the Spicy Noodle Challenge more delectable and fun.

A Tempting Past
You must be living in a cave if you haven’t heard of the Spicy Noodle Challenge. This culinary craze, often referred to as the Fire Noodle Challenge, started sweeping the internet in 2014. It still attracts foodies from all over the world today for a tongue-freezing ramen experience that makes you sweat.

The 2x Haek Buldak Spicy Chicken Ramen, one of Samyang’s spiciest noodles, was only intended to be a limited edition in honor of the year of the Fire Rooster last January 2017.

Haek and Buldak are two names that may be translated approximately as “nuclear” or “extremely severe,” respectively. Even though 8 million packets were sold in the Korean market, it was dropped after 4 months.

However, it wasn’t long before the spicy noodle brand returned to the Asian grocery stores, both online and offline, due to consumer demand.

What does the Scoville Heat Unit on Samyang 2x Spicy Noodles mean?
Scoville Heat Unit (SHU) ratings for the original Samyang 2x Spicy Noodles ranged from 8,808 to 10,000. More than their first limited edition release from 2017 by 2,000 SHU!

In order to put this heat level into context, a jalapeno’s SHU ranges from 2,000 to 8,000 SHU. Tabasco Sauce has a SHU level between 7,000 and 8,000. It seems as though consuming these noodles is akin to swallowing spicy sauce straight from the bottle or devouring a full chili pepper.

Why are Samyang Spicy Noodles so spicy?
While the soup is produced with fake chicken powder, red pepper powder, chili powder, and other powdered spices, the noodles are mostly manufactured from wheat flour, tapioca starch, gluten, and soybean oil. Roasted laver and sesame are two of the flake flavors in the packet.

In addition to the dry seasoning packet, the Samyang Spicy Noodles also include a sauce packet, which is a dark red liquid stir-fry sauce that contains all the “nuclear” elements that heat up the noodles.

Watch our whole review, in which we open a bag of Samyang 2x Spicy Ramen, examine the nutritional information, and make a bowl, to find out what’s inside:

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